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How to Live Like an Artist Even If You're Not One: Short Creative Nonfiction By David Manning
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This collection of published and unpublished creative non-fiction essays represents the lifelong reflections of a creatively afflicted mind, from humorous to serious, extraordinary to ordinary,... More > biographical to metaphysical and other alliterations lurking between the lines, all organized into thematic topics including Homefront, Internal and External Travels, the title section, Politics, and an eclectic Addendum< Less
How to Live Like an Artist Even If You're Not One (galley edition) By David Manning
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This collection of published and unpublished creative non-fiction essays represents the lifelong reflections of a creatively afflicted mind, from humorous to serious, extraordinary to ordinary,... More > biographical to metaphysical and other alliterations lurking between the lines, all organized into thematic topics including Homefront, Internal and External Travels, the title section, Politics, and an eclectic Addendum.< Less
How to Live Like an Artist Even If You're Not One By David Manning
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This collection of published and unpublished creative non-fiction essays represents the lifelong reflections of a creatively afflicted mind, from humorous to serious, extraordinary to ordinary,... More > biographical to metaphysical and other alliterations lurking between the lines, all organized into thematic topics including Homefront, Internal and External Travels, the title section, Politics, and an eclectic Addendum.< Less
Sylvia's Violin: The Amber Eye By David Manning
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Sylvia Solo is a seventh-grade student at an ultra-expensive private school that she attends by virtue of a violin scholarship. As part of a class assignment, Sylvia visits the Metropolitan Museum's... More > ancient Egyptian collection. While there in Perneb’s tomb, the lights go out. As she begins playing her violin, a guard investigates, and his flashlight reveals ancient symbols carved into the stone walls that look to Sylvia like musical notes. She plays the notes and finds herself transported back to the Old Kingdom of ancient Egypt. There, she meets Da’av and his cat Teekay, who guide her on a brief romp into the underworld. Da’av is a protege of Imhapknum, a priest trying to save the spiritual soul of the kingdom from the ambitious Niphut, right-hand lady to the aging Pharaoh. A young adult fantasy, the book can be enjoyed by adults of any age with active imaginations.< Less

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